lnvest in Dollar or Naira, Automated Investments by Sterling Bank.

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lnvest in Dollar or Naira, Automated Investments by Sterling Bank.

NewsReport Nigeria February 28, 2021

DO MORE THAN JUST INVEST.

Stay ahead of the market and enjoy up to 60% returns on your Naira and Dollar investments.

 

You can choose beneficiaries other than yourself to receive the returns on your investments. You could reward it to a spouse, child/children, parent or anyone else of choice.

DECIDE YOUR PAYBACK PLAN

Your payback plan can be decided by yourself, hear are flexible repayment system which empowers you to plan towards future consistent cash outflows. You can decide to receive your interest repayment either monthly or as a lump sum.

SELF SERVICE

You can initiate your investment process all by yourself on this platform and select a convenient date and time for your contract to commence.

DOUBBLE REWARDS

Doubble Reward Option allows you to invest either in one contribution (lump sum) or monthly contributions – which could be for the duration of 3 years (36 months) or 5 years (60 months).

 

All payouts are paid monthly in equal installments to you or any beneficiary of your choice.

DOUBBLE TARGET

Doubble Target option allows you save a sizeable amount towards achieving a target and then your interest is paid as markup to help hit the target.

 

Voluntary additional contributions can be made into the investment account apart from the regular contributions based on the initial set date as well as multiple plans purchased.

 

DOUBBLE FIXED

Doubble fixed investment allows you to fix a set amount of funds for at least 30 days and earn up to 5% per annum interest rate at maturity.

 

You can invest in Naira or US dollars and you get all your funds plus interest at maturity.‍

 

Visit any Sterling Bank or their website to get started.

 

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